Coming to Melrose to dance? And need a place to stay? Try Bhakti.
Bhakti Retreat House has successfully created a peaceful meditation-centered environment aimed at building personal relationships and space for personal introspection.
With six twin beds, hearty breakfasts and ideally situated within easy bicycling distance of the Dancing Fish, Bhakti Retreat House is your best bet for a relaxing stay that complements a weekend of energetic contra dancing.
“This place is magical, unique, unmatched , beautiful, quiet, clean, full of positive energy, and transformation. Leah is kind and sweet, I would absolutely return to this retreat.”– Helen, February 2022
“If you are hoping for an AirBnB experience that will leave you feeling that it was WAY more valuable than its cost, I highly recommend that you consider this lovely, joyful, healthy, peaceful place. Leah has created a most welcoming and unique environment for her guests.”
“While the house can clearly comfortably accommodate groups for retreats/workshops, my room and private bathroom, while very spacious for a solo traveler, also felt super cozy. Leah is an extremely talented and knowledgeable chef, and the vegetarian food she shared with her guests during my stay was delicious and beautifully presented.”
“A stay here is an opportunity to live quietly, happily, and positively in an environment that will nurture your body, mind, and spirit.”–Mary Moriarty
Mary Moriarty and Vicki Morrison stayed two nights to attend contra dancing nearby at The Dancing Fish and enjoyed a fun dance weekend with friends.
“I had another great stay with Leah, this time with a friend Vicki Morrison, who marveled at all the space we had, the beauty of the house, and the immaculate condition of everything. She quickly rebooked for several upcoming weekends! Perfect place to relax on a rainy day, and not feel badly about just hanging out at the house; perfect place from which to launch for a busy day of kayaking or an evening of dancing.”— Mary Moriarty
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